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Herbert the pick when mixing tradition with modernity.

When traditional butchers and meat processors Scotbeef sought equipment for their new state-of-the-art factory in Glasgow, the firm called in specialists Herbert Industrial for its Gemini Lightning weigh price labellers, Gemini Flexiwrap C-fold wrap and Cyclone label printers and appliers This ensured product identification and labelling was of the highest quality.

Product safety and quality assurance are paramount at Scotbeef, key suppliers of beef and lamb to Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's and the Co-op.

"Herbert Industrial are a blue chip company," said Scotbeef's general manager, Tom McGibbon.

"We wanted quality reliable equipment for this 120,000 square foot factory. Now it is up and running, we are delighted with Herbert's equipment. It not only helps save labour and therefore money. It is also completely reliable. Labels are printed and put onto packs correctly which means greater throughput and a more efficient line."


Contact Herbert Industrial on tel 01440 711400 or visit
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